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Dov Hikind is once again free to accuse any Democrat he wants of supporting Palestinian terrorism.
Speaker Corey Johnson announced the decision on Monday evening, following a closed-door meeting of the City Council's leadership that produced a 'broad consensus,' according to a council official.
One member of the counter-demonstration was overheard asking a Palestinian child whether she was carrying a bomb.
The victim said the alleged abuse occurred last year.
Police are searching for a man who was caught on video carving dozens of swastikas into freshly paved sidewalk in Midwood, Brooklyn, a historically Jewish neighborhood.
"I am Hikind's worst nightmare: a progressive, Palestinian, Muslim American woman," Sarsour said. "I will not submit to fear."
The NYPD's Hate Crimes Task Force is currently investigating the incident.
It's probably still not a good idea to go all Nuremberg on the old man with the funny accent who lives in Apartment 12B.
The 100 cameras paid with public money would be maintained and operated by a private company.
"I'm sorry some people are crybabies. But in my defense I'm an adult man in NYC and didn't realize blackface was offensive."
"The governor needs to say something, and we need to go beyond condemnation verbally," declared City Councilman Charles Barron, who even got Mayor Bloomberg to chime in as he arrived at City Hall.
"Would it be okay I played a gay person next year?" asked the elected official who wore blackface on Purim.
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